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Hario V60 Filters for the 01 Dripper - Brown Paper - Pack of 100

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Hario V60 Brown Filters for the 01 Dripper
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SKU: VCF-01-100M

In Japanese, HARIO means "The King of Glass". Since its founding in 1921, this Japanese company has been manufacturing glassware of the highest quality for general consumers and for industrial uses. This cone pour-over filter is designed to work with their V60 line of pour-over brewers produce a superior cup of coffee.

  • Cone shaped brown paper filter for Hario's V60 size 01 pour-over brewers.
  • Each filter brews a single cup at a time.
  • Contains 100 disposable brown size 01 paper filters.
  • These paper filters produce a clean, flavorful, sediment-free cup.
  • Hario's paper filters make for convenient brewing and cleanup.
  • Use of paper filters are great in a busy shop environment that still places an importance on individually-brewed cups of coffee that won't sit and grow stale.

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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Hario
Model: VCF-01-100M
Weight: .5 lbs.

Hario

Originally known primarily as a company that produces glass products, Hario (also known as Hario Glass) has been working to produce high quality coffee and tea products since 1921. Over the past few years, Hario has become known as the coffee industry leader in pour over brewing equipment. Hario has helped bring about a coffee renaissance in the U.S. by creating ingeniously designed coffee brewing and grinding products that are being used by cafes and home coffee connoisseurs alike for by-the-cup coffee brewing. The design and methods behind Hario's brewing devices have helped to insure that specialty coffee is being brewed with the craft that it deserves.

What is the difference between using this brown filter paper vs the white filter paper? Why there are two version? Does it affect the taste of the coffee? Thanks

Asked by: PhanK
Hi, Phank. The white filters are bleached using an oxygenation process, and the brown paper filters are un-bleached. We find that the brown filters do impart more of a papery flavor, especially if they are not rinsed thoroughly beforehand.
Answered by: Rfelb
Date published: 2013-12-10
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